Tonight, The Great Food Truck Race winner will offer its non-tubular creations.
The gluten-free health food chain comes from Texas with turkey migas and peach pico de gallo.
The menu also includes morning cocktails like an iced coffee and pickled peach Bellinis.
The Asian-influenced burger joint comes from a former Roy's chef and has been repeatedly praised by Vegas critics.
A new pizza place, inspired by 800 Degrees, is also about a week away for its debut.
Increasingly, the Matsuhisa veteran is being praised for his produce more than his sashimi.
Following a soft-launch, the tonkotsu and tsukemen spot had to pause to handle some exhaust duct issues.
Where to get free absinthe, discount drinks, and Alsatian beer this weekend.
David Fleischer's new drinks include a pickled peach Old Fashioned and a Mulberry Shrub Pimm's Cup.
Tokyo-native Shinsuke Horinouch promises a meticulous approach to his tonkotsu ramen.
Tatsu and Jinya are now serving Little Osaka, with enough room left for both to garner praise.
The discounted drinks still seem to be a draw over the edible selections.
The seasonal Japanese experience may be the closest thing West L.A. has to supping in Captain Nemo's quarters.
The makers of kim chi and kalbi wieners plan to debut before summer.
The new eatery promises to serve pizza unlike any in the world.
The Sawtelle bean roaster is behind the popular restaurant's new coffee program.
The 60-year-old donut shop is like a preserved slice of vintage L.A.
An import from Osaka, the menu has just two options.
The kaiseki restaurant is hidden behind a discreet in the old site of Mr. Cecil's.
The new restaurant will combine the best of both eateries and will even be called "New Japan by Sushi Stop."